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NEW Madonna - Truth Or Dare (Blu-ray)
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This documentary captures all the tell-truth interviews and self-reflections of the superstar as much as the roles of the people and her family who were there with her touring at some point. There is a scene where she shrugged off Canada's banning of her lewd concert act and way passed the officials with her background singers Niki Haris and Donna DeLory. There are plenty of laughters, celebrations, and tears too. She also visited Antonio Banderas and the Spanish film giant Pedro Almodóvar when the tour stopped by Madrid. As a matter of fan's interest, the behind-the-scene film also reveals the unusual closeness between Madonna and her seven queer dancers who invented the "House Of Extravagenza" dance culture for her #1 world-frenzy hit VOGUE.
I only hope there could be more recaps of her performaces in Japan especially, when her long blonde ponytail were once making a wave!
TRUTH OR DARE is Madonna's best entertaining work to offer for those who appreciate her artistic musical expressions thoughout the eighties. You'll love this DVD, do not miss it.
It shows her as a brazen and self absorbed personality, as with all great performers, but you also get to see a very vunerable human behind this exterior.
It's a great idea, especially for an artist such as Madonna, because she's a very interesting artist and performer.
She may come across as self-indulgent and narcisstic, but she's every bit a stunning and talented performer.
Madonna is often complex and often contradictory, I think she had a lot of irony in mind when the concept of this documentary was thought up, but it shows Madonna at her very peak as an artist, a decade where she wasn't afraid to say and do what she pleased. It's essential for every Madonna fan and for any casual fan interested in knowing more and observing her as a performer and personality.
With these words, legendary modern dance choreographer Martha Graham summed up Madonna and captured her spirit perfectly. She IS going to get what she wants, and to hell with your - however accurate - opinion that with this movie she climbed to the top of Mt. Egomania.
What a hideous woman! Cones on her breasts, grabbing her crotch, swallowing a bottle. What does it all mean? That she is doing what she wants because she wants to and before you decipher the meaning she is doing the next thing. Is this the real Madonna or is it staged? The real Madonna IS staged. She wants to make life interesting and keep you guessing.
This video is a lot of fun and terribly self-indulgent. Should Madonna be shamed for enjoying life and saying you should too? Is she to be castigated for being fascinated with herself? She's not a great technical singer, not quite an inventive song writer, at times a clumsy dancer, but she has one thing that those who are do not have: Madonna! If you like Madonna, you will like this film because this is a film of Madonna doing what you do: liking Madonna.
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Amazing DVD! It's great to have this on a DVD now in HD.
This performance never gets old. "Do something else, do
This is one of the worst movies I have ever seen in my life. The way Madonna exploited her mother's death for her benefit, well, it was just exploitation at its finest. Read morePublished on July 3 2004
This is Madonna at her best. Anyone who has growen up with her music will appreciate this movie. I watch it every so often and not only does it bring back happy times, it's an... Read morePublished on March 27 2004
The documentary itself is very good. I like that only the performances were shot in color. Madonna's life is quite active so this was never boring. Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2004
It's a good thing Madonna has so many sheep-like fans who pay for her to live in her own fantasy world where she is important. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2004 by Johny Bottom
Wow you would have ever thought so much drama could be caused on tour. It wasn't done by Madonna but the dancers. Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2004 by Dance Dance Dance
This was a terrific film, an informative and enjoyable look at Madonna on tour, behind the scenes. The concerts she performed required a lot of work, management and coordination,... Read morePublished on Sept. 12 2003 by J. Reynolds
...was the European release title. But since I've never been very much impressed by her as a 'singer',and because I've been very much impressed by her (lack of) talent as an... Read morePublished on Sept. 6 2003 by philrob